Four planes were involved in the 9/11 terrorist attack. One plane hit the North Tower of the World Trade Center, another plane hit the South Tower of the World Trade Center, a third crashed into the Pentagon and a fourth crashed into a field in southwest Pennsylvania.Know More
It was Sept. 11, 2001 when al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked two passenger planes and flew them into the World Trade Center’s twin towers.
United Airlines Flight 93 was the plane that crashed into a field. Todd Beamer and other individuals tried to regain control of the plane, but to no avail. The passengers died upon impact.Learn more about US History
In 1997, the majority of fighter squadrons were reduced to 18 aircraft. Prior to that, a squadron could include as many as 24 aircraft.Full Answer >
It's estimated that there are around 5,000 planes in the air over the United States at any given time. There are probably a couple of thousand more airplanes flying in other parts of the world, and about 500,000 people are in those planes.Full Answer >
It is almost impossible to know how many planes take off and land every day worldwide. There is an average of 23,000 scheduled take-offs and landings in the United States everyday. That number does not include private planes, chartered jets and other non-commercial aircraft.Full Answer >
Sacagawea had two children named Jean Baptiste and Lisette Charbonneau. Their father was Toussaint Charbonneau, a French-Canadian trapper. Jean Baptiste was born in 1805, and Lisette's birth was in 1812.Full Answer >